Constantine hosts Broadway Revue

Staff Writer
Pawhuska Journal-Capital

Set in a time past, the Constantine Theater’s annual Broadway Revue will be held at 1:30 p.m. this Sunday, Oct. 11.

While this show is a low-priced at $5 the singing is of high quality of the American revue’s golden age. Music from an era that takes you back to a carefree time will be reverberating in the historic 500 seat auditorium.

Katie McCollum, a junior at Bartlesville High School, has sung for OK MOZART and will be singing the “Light In The Piazza.”

William Kampa, the winner of many local competitions, will be singing “Any Dream Will Do” from “Joseph an the Amazing Colored Dream Coat.”

Local Pawhuska singers Serena Jeffers and Leah Strahm have add a new singer Bella Hand to their group and will be singing a piece from the “Sound of Music.”

Okesa Native, Bryanna Swan, who is engaged in Nanyehi again this year at the Hard Rock in Tulsa, will be singing “Good Morning” from “Singing in the Rain” and will be heading up the Little Show Stoppers in a number from “Annie.”

Lane Cabler, new to the EMS Broadway Troupe, will be singing a solo “If I Would Ever Leave.”

Many other students from Everett Music Studio in Bartlesville will be entertaining and rounding out the show.

For more information call 918-287-1992.